Be it a mosque or a temple, loudspeakers should be lowered at a loud sound. The Chief Minister of the state, Yogi Adityanath states. The Uttar Pradesh government has ordered the removal of illegal loudspeakers from religious places in the state. The order comes days after Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath directed restrictions on the volume of loudspeakers at religious places to save people living nearby. It is reported that so far loudspeakers have been removed from more than 125 religious places in the state. Apart from this, about 17000 people have reduced the sound of loudspeakers on their own.
Regarding the big action on loudspeakers in UP, Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Avneesh Awasthi said, “Orders have been issued to remove illegal loudspeakers from religious places in the state. Compliance reports (from districts) have been sought in this regard by April 30.” Avneesh Awasthi said, “Police have been directed to establish a conversation with religious leaders and ensure removal of unauthorized loudspeakers by coordinating with them.”
After which now illegal loudspeakers will be removed from religious places across the state. Instructions have been given to prepare a police station-wise list of such religious places, whichever loudspeaker is against the standards. According to which there is a mention of removing loudspeakers that do not comply with the standards of sound limit. With this, a report has been sought from the Divisional Commissioners across the state till April 30. Those who will send a preliminary review report of following the rules in religious places. The report of the districts will be sent to the Divisional Commissioner. Let us know what ADG Law and Order Prashant Kumar have to say on this matter.